Also known as intestinal flora, gut flora are microorganisms that live inside of your intestine. They facilitate digestion, support vitamin synthesis, as well as protect the body from harmful pathogens. Numerous daily triggers can affect your intestinal flora balance, and when they do you become susceptible to gut disorders and decrease of your overall health condition. 2
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The small and large intestines form one long, continuous tube that runs from the base of the stomach right through to the anus.1
The average human being boasts a small intestine that is 6 meters long (20ft), and a long intestine that is 1.5 meters long (5ft). 3
Almost all absorption of food-derived nutrients and water occurs inside of the intestines. They complete the journey of digestion, which is an integral part of your overall health and wellbeing. 1
Enterogermina®’s range aims to solve a number of conditions associated with poor intestinal wellbeing as a result of imbalanced gut flora. If your gut disorder was triggered by one or more of the following scenarios, Enterogermina® can help! 4
Schedule disruptions and new environments can negatively influence the gut’s normal flora balance. 5
Prescription medications, like antibiotics, usually slow the growth of good gut bacteria, which may result in intestinal discomfort. 9
How can rebalancing your intestinal flora help solve your gut problems?
Bacillus clausii is a type of spore-forming good bacteria that works to rebalance the intestine. When consumed regularly, it can help to treat and prevent different conditions associated with gut disorders. 4
Learn how different daily triggers could be contributing to intestinal disorder, and how a good probiotic could be the ally you never knew you needed!
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- Introduction to the human gut microbiota; Elizabeth Thursby and Nathalie Juge. Biochem J. 2017 Jun 1; 474(11): 1823–1836; 2017 [quoted June 2021] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5433529/
- SMALL/LARGE INTESTINE LENGTH RATIO; CARTA. San Diego: Center for Academic Research & Training in Anthropogeny; [Quoted June 2021] https://carta.anthropogeny.org/moca/topics/smalllarge-intestine-length-ratio
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- Environmental Influences on the Human Microbiome and Implications for Noncommunicable Disease; Jiyoung Ahn and Richard B. Hayes; Annual Review of Public Health, Vol. 42:277-292 (Volume publication date April 2021); [quoted June 2021] https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/full/10.1146/annurev-publhealth-012420-105020
- Traveler's diarrhea; NCBI. Maryland: National Center for Biotechnology Information; Last update: December 2019 [quoated June 2021] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK373093/
- What causes abdominal pain and diarrhea?; Healthline Media. UK: Medical News Today; 2020 [quoated June 2021] https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323852
- Is Stress Causing My Constipation?; Healthline. November 2018 [quoated June 2021] https://www.healthline.com/health/stress-constipation
- The Influence of Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs on the Gut Microbiome; PMC, February 2017 [quoated June 2021] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4754147/
- Stress and stomach pain: When should you see a specialist?; UChicagoMedicine; August 2020 [quoated June 2021] https://www.uchicagomedicine.org/forefront/gastrointestinal-articles/stress-and-stomach-pain-when-should-you-see-a-specialist
- Healthy Eating Pyramid; Harvard T.H. CHAN, [quoated June 2021] https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/healthy-eating-pyramid/